· Named special teams assistant in 2022. Joined the Browns in 2020 and spent two seasons as defensive quality control coach.
· Helped the Browns defense rank among the league leaders in takeaways in 2020. Helped the Browns finish ninth in the league in run defense after finishing 30th in 2019.
· Helped the Browns finish the 2021 season fifth in the NFL in total defense, marking just the third time since 1970 the team finished in the top five and the club's highest finish since 1987. DE Myles Garrett earned first team All-Pro and Pro Bowl honors after setting the franchise single-season record with 16 sacks in 2021, while CB Denzel Ward was also selected to the Pro Bowl.
· Spent 2019 as Missouri State's wide receivers coach, helping senior Tyler Currie earn All-MVFC honorable mention distinction. Currie ranked second in the conference in receptions per game (4.8).
· Served as a graduate assistant coach and worked with wide receivers at Wake Forest from 2017-18 after joining the program in 2016 as an offensive quality control coach. The Demon Deacons went to three straight bowl games in that span with the 2017 team, setting numerous team and individual records, including points scored (459) and total offense (6,055 yards).
· Participated in the Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellowship program for the Vikings in 2018 and the Jets in 2019, an opportunity each NFL team offers to minority coaches during offseason programs.
· Began his coaching career at Waldorf University, where he spent the 2015 season coaching the wide receivers and helped mentor a pair of all-conference standouts. Also served as assistant director of football operations at Eastern Illinois and later mentored the EIU running backs during spring football in 2016 before moving to Wake Forest.
· Walk-on wide receiver at South Florida who earned a scholarship and lettered for the Bulls for three seasons. Played in 31 games and totaled 22 receptions for 259 yards. Used fourth year of eligibility to play at Eastern Illinois and caught 38 passes for 289 yards in 12 games. Earned tryouts for the Chicago Bears and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
· Earned the OVC Medal of Honor in 2014 after serving as team captain and leading Eastern Illinois to an appearance in the conference championship game.
· Is a 2014 graduate of South Florida and earned his degree in psychological studies. Earned postgraduate degrees from Eastern Illinois in 2015 and Wake Forest in 2018.
· Native of North Lauderdale, Fla.
Stephen Bravo-Brown's Coaching Background:
2015 Waldorf University, wide receivers coach
2016 Wake Forest University, offensive quality control coach
2017-18 Wake Forest University, graduate assistant/wide receivers assistant coach 2018 Minnesota Vikings, Bill Walsh NFL diversity coaching fellowship
2019 New York Jets, Bill Walsh NFL diversity coaching fellowship
2019 Missouri State University, wide receivers coach
2020-21 Cleveland Browns, defensive quality control coach
2022- Cleveland Browns, special teams assistant coach